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I saw this article this morning also. I didn't know we were supposed to wait until three for some of that stuff. Once Riley turned two I let him have everything. We have no history of any food allergies in either families.
The information changes constantly, which is very common in reductive theories and recommendations since they have such far-reaching correlations which are often completely ignored.
I think it's important to look at the big picture when deciding these sorts of things. I take all recommendations, and their reasoning, into consideration and then look at other factors that have not formed a part of those recommendations and balance all of the information to arrive at an informed answer.